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6.3-3 Does the opposing party always have to be heard during the proceedings for granting preliminary measures?

The preliminary measures must be subject to a prior hearing with the opposing party. However, in cases of special urgency, and in particular where there is a risk that the enforcement of the measure will be frustrated, the court may order the interim measure immediately and without hearing the opposing party.

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